Because their cats were scared
Anja Zeidler gives away her street dog
Since he keeps causing problems and because of her cats, influencer Anja Zeidler gives away her beloved street dog Mičo from Bosnia.
Anja Zeidler with her street dog Mičo. The influencer had to part with the English Setter because it was becoming an ever greater burden for her family.
In March, influencer Anja Zeidler (29) rescued street dog Mičo, now she has had to part with the dog. The stress caused by the animal has become too great, especially for her cats, Zeidler writes on Instagram: “As you know, there have been a few incidents in the past, and despite all the love, it wasn’t easy with him,” Zeidler reveals to her statements. “Surrendering was never an issue for us. We tried everything and visited dog schools and dog coaches with him: But unfortunately something hasn’t improved: living with the cats, »writes Zeidler. Her cats had stopped coming home because of him, had stopped eating and the animals outside had always kept their distance because of him. But Mičo doesn’t want to blame her, stresses Zeidler. “It’s his natural instinct to chase, especially what’s running away from him. He is a street dog and a hunting dog!»
The dog bit daughter Jela
In March there was still great joy about the new addition to the family at Zeidler, her partner Milan Anicic (26) and daughter Jela (2). The English Setter puppy from Banja Luka in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Anicic’ homeland, moved in with the small family. But a short time later, the animal lover had to realize that she had problems with the young dog. He devoured everything, even things that are not edible, jumped on the table and tore everything apart. “Jela is also repeatedly overrun by him, even bitten,” Zeidler wrote on Instagram at the time. In addition, Mičo jumped twice in the face of the ten-year-old girl next door.
New family lives twenty minutes away
Even if the separation from Mičo was not easy, it was the right decision for everyone, Zeidler is certain: “Mičo is now with his brother and two other dogs in paradise.” The dog’s new home is only twenty minutes away and the new owners keep sending photos to keep them updated. “We still know everything about him and are still allowed to spend time with him,” says Zeidler, explaining that a change in rescued dogs is not unusual. “Mičo came to us from an emergency because it didn’t work with the previous family either.” His mother and another brother, who came to Switzerland with him, are no longer with their original families. But the affected dog could ultimately benefit from the situation, Zeidler summarizes the matter: “Now Mičo has two families who love him more than anything.” (brc)